Face of excellence
Portrays some of the learning of both students and instructors at the Harvard Medical School. Presents discussions of an instructor's first lecture, the meaning of academic freedom, and the reasons why a teacher must also be a researcher. Demonstrates a bedside teaching situation, a clinical conference dealing with pathology, and a brain-cutting operation conference.
Robert K. Sharpe; Ralph Rosenblum; David Prowitt
Teaching--Philosophy; Medical students; Medical teaching personnel
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